Bob Kravitz being Bob Kravitz

There is so much wrong about Bob Kravitz’s latest spewings that I don’t even know where to begin.

1.)  Bob calls this “as good an opportunity as the Colts have ever had.”  Really?  Is it that good of an oppurtunity?  Because it looks like an extremely difficult task to me.  The Colts will have to go on the road against a super-hot team, followed by two legitimately great teams.  I think they can do it, but I don’t think anyone other than a drama-queen like Kravitz would frame it that way. 

2.)  He asks, “How do you ignore Dungy’s 9-10 record in the postseason?”  Do your reasearch, Bob.  Actually, we already did it for you.  A 9-10 playoff record puts Tony in elite company.  Is it as good as Belichick’s insane playoff record?  No, but it is comparable to most of the other great coaches of the past 30 years.

3.)  I don’t know how to respond to this next statement without scaring away the children and small wildlife.  “Call me crazy, but even at this point in his career, I’m not completely sure I trust Manning in the playoffs.”  It speaks for itself.   

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Phil B sort of phones in this look at the MVP candidates.  No mention of Pennington?  I doubt AP will finish second, but I’ve been wrong before.

Simmons really likes the Colts.  His take is well-reasoned.  

This reminds me of Randy Moss to the Patriots.     

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